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The Multifactorial Role of PARP-1 in Tumor Microenvironment

AuthorsMartí, Juan Manuel; Fernández-Cortés, Mónica; Serrano-Sáenz, Santiago; Zamudio-Martinez, Esteban; Delgado-Bellido, Daniel; Garcia-Diaz, Angel; Oliver, Francisco Javier
Issue Date20-Mar-2020
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationCancers 12 (3): 739 (2020)
AbstractPoly(ADP-ribose) polymerases (PARPs), represent a family of 17 proteins implicated in a variety of cell functions; some of them possess the enzymatic ability to synthesize and attach poly (ADP-ribose) (also known as PAR) to different protein substrates by a post-translational modification; PARPs are key components in the cellular response to stress with consequences for different physiological and pathological events, especially during neoplasia. In recent years, using PARP inhibitors as antitumor agents has raised new challenges in understanding their role in tumor biology. Notably, the function of PARPs and PAR in the dynamic of tumor microenvironment is only starting to be understood. In this review, we summarized the conclusions arising from recent studies on the interaction between PARPs, PAR and key features of tumor microenvironment such as hypoxia, autophagy, tumor initiating cells, angiogenesis and cancer-associated immune response.
Identifiersdoi: 10.3390/cancers12030739
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